What’s the hottest talk at the Ravens’ OTA’s this week? Writer John Eisenberg joined Sports Rehab to discuss the Ravens’ offensive line situation, including an open competition at right guard.
With the league airing things out teams seem to be building from the outside in and yet the Ravens once again turned things inside out.
It’s unknown at this time which free agents the Ravens will retain of their own, the full draft order or who will be available on the street.
Steve Davis gives 3 options to explain why Ray Rice just isn’t cutting it right now on the Ravens running game.
The Baltimore Ravens ran out of patience waiting for their lackluster offensive line to become an effective group.
Gino Gradkowski and A.Q. Shipley have become the center of attention on the Baltimore Ravens’ offensive line.
The Baltimore Ravens can only hope the performance they received from their offensive line last weekend is an indication of what lies ahead for a unit that relies on an unexpected mixture of experience and youth.
Can the Ravens o-line protect Joe and open some holes for Ray Rice and can the Ravens Defense stop the outside run.
The secondary still worries me because it is supposed to be the strongest unit on the field and Calvin Johnson had his way with them.
Second-year Ravens offensive lineman Jah Reid joined The Norris & Davis Show to discuss transitioning from tackle to left guard. The Ravens selected Reid out of Central Florida in the 3rd round of the 2011 NFL Draft.
The health of Joe Flacco is a major priority for the Baltimore Ravens, and that responsibility falls on an offensive line that must do a better job of protecting the quarterback.
If Bryant McKinnie, Ben Grubbs, Matt Birk, Marshal Yanda and Michael Oher were that good in their first game, one can only dream of where the line and team will be come midseason.